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Breakthrough’s interns and volunteers are integral to its functioning. We’re always on the lookout for people to aid our staff in Breakthrough’s New Delhi and New York offices. Regardless of whether you’re a graduate fresh out of college, in-between jobs, or just looking for something to keep you busy in your free time. There’s bound to be something you can help with at Breakthrough.

Interns and volunteers are expected to have good communication skills as well as basic computer literacy, and familiarity with the internet. If you’d like to apply, send a résumé and a letter of interest to – you can ask to work with any (or all!) of the following teams:


Our media division works to create online and offline campaigns, in addition to organising events and workshops, forging new partnerships with other organisations, and publishing and promoting the work of the Breakthrough team both online and offline.

Grassroots Mobilization:

Our mobile vans can always use a helping hand to help raise awareness of women’s rights in small towns and villages. They also require assistance in trainings and workshops, and assistance in research and documentation. Our next tour will be in March 2013.


Our fundraising team are looking for people with good research and organisational skills to help with research on fundraising avenues, and sourcing potential contacts and funders. Organisational work will include tasks such as maintaing a database of contacts and setting up meetings.


Our research department require people to analyse the data we receive from our field work, and find ways to use data more creatively. The creation of reports will also be part of the job, presenting reports in a more user-friendly manner, and basic literature searches and documentation.